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might try that thanks

I understand what your trying to say and I kind of agree with it but how come they still use this in GQ, the multi color options?

 

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Because GQ jumped the shark long ago and is no longer Gentlemen's Quarterly, but now is mostly a rag for kids who don't know any better - pop star sillyness. 

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And Tuesday, I wore a green knitted Cristian Dior tie with a black suit.

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Top right pic captures the colour best.

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TTO, You rock!

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Theo, stylish as always.

Crat: Perhaps it's the pose or a loose belt/braces, but the trousers are a bit long.
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Crat: Perhaps it's the pose or a loose belt/braces, but the trousers are a bit long.

Looks like the buttoning point is a little bit too high as well. Suit fabric looks really nice though.
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I like this, however I prefer horn/MoP buttons instead of brass. The pictures reminds me of PhatGuido.
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Carmina

One of my all time favourite looks of yours. Nice use of some color and pattern, yet sober

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Not sure these socks work, I was trying to bridge the tonal gap between the shoes ( my favourites, Carmina ) & the trousers as well as pull the pattern of the coat through?
Thanks for the comments and thumbs last time, not sure why the socks were 'scary' though?
-TTO

Really like the rich brown color of the shoes.
By the way I remember noticing a tall well dressed gentleman from the backside, inside a Charles Thyrwhitt store in central London last fall, then he turned around and it happend to be you.
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Looks like the buttoning point is a little bit too high as well. Suit fabric looks really nice though.

he posted it in recent purchases. it is a beautiful suit. and i think it fits him quite nicely too.
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Originally Posted by kobehobe View Post

might try that thanks
I understand what your trying to say and I kind of agree with it but how come they still use this in GQ, the multi color options?



Next time you attend the premier of a blockbuster film in which you are a lead character then by all means I will high five you for this outfit. But notice nowhere in the shoot was Ewan standing next to elegantly (formally) dressed wedding guests. It's like real estate, location matters too.
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Next time you attend the premier of a blockbuster film in which you are a lead character then by all means I will high five you for this outfit. But notice nowhere in the shoot was Ewan standing next to elegantly (formally) dressed wedding guests. It's like real estate, location matters too.

 

ah i like that

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The weather has become more moderate in NYC, and I, being tired of khakis and polo shirts for work, decided to "up the ante" a bit.
As for blocking my face, I don't, because a). I'm lazy; b). if I have to suffer with this face, so should you; and c.) because faceless photos seem to have an essential element of context missing. Just my opinion.
Blazer, trousers, socks and shoes - BB
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - Andrew's Ties
PS - Alain Figaret
Cufflinks - Penhaligon's (made by Deakin & Francis) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Upr, classic outfit as usual.

Quick Question, how do you fold your pocket square to get the look as seen in the second and third pics, that is a geat lloking fold.
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I like this, very simple and subtle (who said "boring"? tounge.gif ). I use this same combo quite often myself.

The shoes looks very nice too (especially the last), who is the maker?
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Top right pic captures the colour best. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Not sure these socks work, I was trying to bridge the tonal gap between the shoes ( my favourites, Carmina ) & the trousers as well as pull the pattern of the coat through?
Thanks for the comments and thumbs last time, not sure why the socks were 'scary' though?
-TTO

 

I have a feeling Manton would not approve of this


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